vivo Malaysia extends vivo Care Programme efforts during EMCO

Supporting 100 families in need with basic childcare supplies through Refuge For The Refugees

vivo continues its commitment in providing assistance to affected communities during this pandemic through its contribution via its vivo Care Programme. In partnership with non-governmental organisation,Refuge For The Refugees, vivo has mobilised the donation of essential supplies including baby & childcare products to 100 families in Klang Valley

“vivo, being a global brand,understands the importance of supporting the communities we are present in & through the vivo Care Programme, we have been able to meet the needs of affected families & beneficiaries across Malaysia. It is our hope that affected families will be able to benefit through our NGO collaborations such as our recent Refuge For The Refugees donation & we recognise the hard work & efforts that the organisation has done thus far during this pandemic. At vivo, we are cognisant of the needs of the community at the point of time & found that childcare essential items including milk formula & baby diapers are in high demand during this phase of the pandemic, therefore, we sought to bridge the gap for these needs,” said Mike Xu, vivo’s Chief Executive Officer

Through vivo Malaysia’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme, vivo Care Programme, vivo is able to reach the heart of the community during this pandemic & provide essential supplies to vulnerable families under Refuge For The Refugees

vivo’s partnership with Refuge For The Refugees is the latest in its initiatives via the vivo Care Programme which has been in full force since the start of the pandemic. The partnership marksvivo’s continuous commitment to give back to the community as the brand encourages more individuals & organisations to play their part in helping the needy

Last year, vivo launched its “Give A Little, Help A Lot” campaign which saw a donation of RM10 for each sold device on vivo’s official e-store during a one-month campaign with Yayasan Sin Chew to provide medical aid to vulnerable communities. Earlier in 2020, vivo had also partnered with MERCY Malaysia to donate hand sanitisers & 20K face masks in support of frontliners & to protect the vulnerable communities in fighting against the pandemic

Additionally this month, vivo has donated a total of RM7,420 to the Pan-Disability Football Club through its crowdfunding vivo Dream Field Campaign to support the differently-abled football community in Malaysia in building a dedicated training centre & facilities for disability football in Malaysia

For more information on the vivo Care Programme initiatives, visit vivo’sofficial Website or check out vivo Malaysia’s FB & IG

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